About City

London, with a population of about 8.8 million, is the capital and most cosmopolitan city in the world. It is also one of the oldest major cities in the world. With a history spanning almost two millennia, it is located on the River Thames in southeast England, upstream from its estuary on the North Sea.


London is home to more than 300 different languages and cultures. With a population of just under 10 million in 2023, Greater London is the third most populated city in Europe, making up more than 16% of the population of England and 13.4% of the United Kingdom. According to the 2011 census, the population of the Greater London Built-up Area was 9.8 million, making it the fourth most populous region in Europe.


London, being one of the world's leading global cities, holds significant sway over various aspects such as art, entertainment, fashion, commerce, finance, education, healthcare, media, science, technology, tourism, transportation, and communications. Despite the departure of stock listings from the London Stock Exchange following Brexit, London remains the most economically influential city in Europe and continues to be a key financial hub globally. It boasts the largest cluster of higher education institutions in Europe, housing some of the most prestigious academic establishments worldwide, including Imperial College London for natural and applied sciences, the London School of Economics for social sciences, and University College London for comprehensive education. London attracts the highest number of visitors in Europe and operates the busiest city airport system globally. Additionally, the London Underground stands as the world's oldest rapid transit system.

Hotel Services & Amenities

  • Business Center


    Mutiple Restaurants

    Complementary WiFi

Attractions & Landmarks

  • Big Ben
    Tower of London
    Tower Bridge
    London Eye
    Buckingham Palace
    St Paul's Cathedral
    Madame Tussauds
    Sea Life London Aquarium

Route Map